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Ty Herndon, Andy Griggs, Jamie O’Neal together in 2015

Ty Herndon, Andy Griggs, Jamie O’Neal together in 2015

Entertainment December 3, 2014 at 1:54 pm 0 comments

By Kirt Webster There’s an old saying about there being strength in numbers. Country music fans will no doubt find that out with the upcoming tour that teams up three of country music’s most distinctive stylists of the past two decades: Ty Herndon, Andy Griggs and Jamie O’Neal. Separately, theRead More

Now there was a song

Now there was a song

Entertainment October 8, 2014 at 9:59 pm Comments are Disabled

By Doug Davis This week in 1971 a new snowmobile speed record of 140.6 mph was set in Utah, labor leader George Meany urged Congress to take control of the economy from Nixon, The Air force grounded all of its C-5A cargo planes, the world’s largest plane, because of possibleRead More

George Hamilton IV dies at age 77

George Hamilton IV dies at age 77

News September 23, 2014 at 7:12 pm Comments are Disabled

George Hamilton IV dies Wednesday in a Nashville hospital just days after suffering a heart attack. A statement posted on his official website reads, “Grand Ole Opry Legend George Hamilton IV, The International Ambassador of Country Music passed away at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital with his family by his side. GeorgeRead More

Country Music Legends to perform in Pigeon Forge

Country Music Legends to perform in Pigeon Forge

Entertainment, National News September 15, 2014 at 4:50 pm Comments are Disabled

By Michael Williams First Class Productions is bringing three country music giants to the stage at Country Tonite Theater in Pigeon Forge. In the Three generations of Country Music Show, the country music icons will take the stage in an acoustic performance on Sept. 19. Bobby Bare, John Anderson andRead More

Now there was a song

Now there was a song

Arts & Culture September 9, 2014 at 5:58 pm Comments are Disabled

By Doug Davis This week in 1945, reports indicated that the atomic bomb fallout in Hiroshima was still killing a 100 people a day, researchers reported the first successful use of streptomycin in treating tuberculosis in humans, President Truman submitted to Congress a program for economic reconversion and a singer/songwriterRead More